not sure if this a bug or a missed attempt to do the right thing, but proper html dictates that every
<img alt=""> tag must include an alternate text designation, even if it’s
what PG does if you leave the field blank in the UI is that it omits the
alt= attribute altogether, which is not what we want in this case.
If you try to put open/close quote in the UI field, then PG over-achieves by putting in both sets of quotes with the inner ones as the ascii code
alt="""" when it adds the attribute.
which is all technically correct, but under/over shoots the target with no way to just put in the
alt="" when we don’t need to designate a page reader description of, say, an icon image or logo.
my suggestion is:
that PG should automatically always add the
alt=""attribute to the tag, even when the UI is left blank (representing a
then if anything is entered into the UI field, PG would place the string inside the existing set of quotes, rather than add an additional
alt=attribute string to the tag.